1988 Porsche 911 Carrera Colorado Springs CO
An important piece of Porsche history, 1988 Porsche 911 Carrera came as part of the second generation of 911s dubbed the G-series. The G model was the longest generation of 911s to date, spanning 17 years from its debut in 1973 to 1989. This era of 911s can be identified by its prominent bellows bumpers, an innovation designed to meet the crash test standards in the United States. Other defining features include rear fender flares and optional front and rear spoilers.
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Experience a Piece of Porsche History with the 1988 Porsche 911 Carrera
Falling in the denouement of the G-series, the 1988 Porsche 911 Carrera takes advantage of years and years of fine-tuning from Porsche while staying true to the classic generation in style and spirit. The Cabriolet body style, introduced in 1982, gave 911 drivers the chance to drive top-down with a manually operated fabric hood and plastic rear window.
For 1988, the 911 got some minor updates, including the standardization of electric seat height adjustment. The model’s wheels also gained some girth, increasing to a width of 7 inches in the front and 8 inches in the rear.
Other defining features of the 1988 Porsche 911 Carrera include:
- Electrically adjustable exterior mirrors
- Anodized black window frames and door handles
- Headlamp rings in exterior color
- Taillight panel with red-reflective
- Porsche logo Integrated fog lights in front apron
- Side direction indicators
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